What's in July-September 2018?
Hey, good lookin'... you can't help but gaze into those hazel eyes on this issue's cover. In fact, it's a bit of an animal fiesta this time with a portfolio from dog photographer Andy Biggar and an in-depth how to article on photographing captive wildlife from Nina Bailey. You'll also learn about the latest Digital Photo Professional update, focusing customisations to improve your success rate and bounce flash with Canon's clever Speedlite 470EX-AI.
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It's a dog's life
Plenty of hints and tips for photographing man's best friend with your EOS.
Zoos and wildlife parks provide a variety of subjects and conditions in which to practise these techniques to make your images appear natural and showcase them in their best light.
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HOW TO USE YOUR EOS
Customise your camera's focusing behaviour for the first and subsequent shots with AI Servo 1st and 2nd image prioirty settings.
Keep forgetting to reset your exposure compensation? There's a new Custom Function (C.Fn) for that... take a look.
How big are your images? And how can you reduce the file size without affecting the original? We show you how – in-camera and in Canon's Digital Photo Professional software.
Find out the pros and cons of using a lens hood, plus other options to employ.
Can Canon's latest Speedlite really use AI to improve your bounce flash? We put it through its paces.